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People still aren’t ready to accept self-driving cars, according to a new study. Researchers Brandon Schoettle and Michael Sivak from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute recently conducted a study to determine the general public’s opinion on self-driving cars and whether autonomous features are even welcomed by motorists. A total of 505 respondents over […]

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Volvo has presented its autonomous driving vehicle technology in China Friday March 27. Volvo Car Group’s aim is to put self-driving cars in the hands of real customers by 2017 and it is this technology which was demonstrated to media and decision makers in the Chinese capital, Beijing. Volvo Cars recently presented a complete system […]

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BMW chose to showcase its automated driving and new lighting technology at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center The German company said it will demonstrate Highly & Fully Automated Driving, driver interface advancements and new lighting technologies. BMW added it will be showing highly automated driving at the South Plaza […]

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Are fully autonomous cars really on their way? Maybe not, according to Lux Research. Carmakers and technology developers building self-driving cars will create an $87 billion opportunity in 2030,said Lux Research, with software emerging as the biggest winner, even though a fully autonomous driverless car will remain elusive. Automobiles with relatively modest “Level 2″ features […]

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Volvo will send 100 self-driving cars on public roads in everyday driving conditions around the Swedish city of Gothenburg. These Volvo vehicles will be part of the project ‘Drive Me – Self-driving cars for sustainable mobility’, a joint initiative between Volvo Car Group, the Swedish Transport Administration, the Swedish Transport Agency, Lindholmen Science Park and […]

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